Ubisoft announced that Assassin’s Creed II is currently free to download from now until April 17 on Uplay PC.
The announcement comes after the publisher started the initiative to keep people home during the Coronavirus outbreak by giving those who are self quarantined something to do. The game is currently available now on the publisher’s website and isn’t a trial version. Players who download the game before Friday are free to keep it forever.
Assassin’s Creed II is arguably one of the best narrative campaigns in the series as players assume the role of Ezio during the Renaissance-era Italy. As an assassin, players must embark on a quest to take out corruption and any who stand against the creed. During gameplay, players will learn additional assassin skills that will allow them to excel in battle. Also, Leonardo Da Vinci makes an appearance as your weapon designer, which is just cool.
The publisher has released other titles through this stay-at-home initiative, but most of the releases are just game trials. Players can try out games like Ghost Recon Wildlands, The Division, Trials Rising, and Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Full games include Rabbids Coding and Might & Magic Chess Royale.
If you want my advice, just download the game, what do you have to lose?
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